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Aware that only an outright win with a healthy margin can clear their Super Eight passage, Indian Premier League champions Deccan Chargers would go for the jugular when they take on Trinidad & Tobago in their last Group A match of the Champions League T20.
Somerset is the only team in this group to have completed their league campaign, sneaking to a tense victory against the Chargers in their openers before crashing to a 44-run defeat against Trinidad & Tobago.
Their batting looks formidable on paper but what the team expects from Gilchrist is sustained aggression and not just brief, brisk knocks.

Trinidad & Tobago would be high on confidence following their 44- run win against Somerset. The team under Daren Ganga looked a close-knit unit in their lone outing so far. Openers Lendl Simmons and William Perkins proved they know their business, while Denesh Ramadin assured he could be equally reliable both in front of and behind the stumps.
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